John R. Skoyles, (1992) Logographic Reading: are we so Different? . Psycoloquy: 3(14) Reading (9)
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Psycoloquy 3(14): Logographic Reading: are we so Different?

LOGOGRAPHIC READING: ARE WE SO DIFFERENT?
Reply to Cassidy on Skoyles on Reading

John R. Skoyles,
Department of Psychology
University College London
London WC1E 6BT

ucjtprs@ucl.ac.uk

Abstract

I think Cassidy and I are in agreement on children's logographic reading. However, I maintain that children do not use, or require, letter-to-sound rules as sophisticated as those proposed by Venezky (1970) can be substantiated.

Keywords

dyslexia, connectionism, development, error correction, reading.

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